The SSPX is essentially apostolic, because such is the Sacrifice of the Mass

As a rule the members of the SSPX exercise an exterior apostolate. They live with the conviction that the whole efficacy of their apostolate flows from the Sacrifice of Our Lord, which they offer every day and around which all apostolic initiatives are organized.

Men and women join the work of the priests and sanctify themselves in prayer and in multiple apostolic endeavors. Some of which are more inspired by the contemplative life, others want to actively engage in works of charity of all sorts. All of them strive to promote the Kingdom of Christ and the sanctification of the souls.
 


 

Overview of Apostolates

  • Holy Name Society

    This society of men promotes reverence for the Sacred Names of God and Jesus Christ, obedience and loyalty to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, and the personal sanctification and holiness of its members, as well as a way to perform works for their local chapel.

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  • Militia Immaculatae

    When St. Maximilian Kolbe founded the Militia Immaculatae in 1917, he did so for one purpose: to bring the whole world to the feet of the Immaculata. It was not founded with a narrow set of means in mind, nor was it meant for a certain type of person.

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  • Third Order

    For the purpose of giving all Catholics a share in the spirit of the Society of St. Pius X, the Third Order of the Society was founded in 1980. It helps in personal sanctification by associating its members with the life of the Society, under the patronage of Pope St. Pius X.

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  • Third Order of St. Francis

    The Third Order Secular of St. Francis is an ecclesiastical association of the laity, originally founded by St. Francis of Assisi. It is a state of perfection for persons living in the world.

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